UPDATE: The PocketSEO app how now been withdrawn from the App/Play stores as Moz no longer provides free access to the API data. Unfortunately, we did not feel there would be enough demand to justify the on-going license fee that it would incur. In order to further support the community, we have open-sourced our original app source code under the MIT license. The Git repos can be found:
- iOS: https://github.com/thedistance/pocketseo-ios
- Android: https://github.com/thedistance/pocketseo-android
Have you ever wanted an app that shows you all the SEO metrics and data you need about a website quickly and easily, whilst you’re on the move?
We’ve put that power in your pocket
Introducing PocketSEO, our new app built around the Moz(scape) API that quickly pulls through a whole bunch of useful information about any website:
- Metadata: title/meta description/canonical URL/H1 tags/H2 tags/SSL status
- Mozscape: HTTP status code/domain authority (DA)/page authority (PA)/established links: root domains/established links: total links
We love Moz.com and know their data is close to gospel when benchmarking marketing success but, despite Rand Fishkin’s assurances, their famous Open Site Explorer tool is still not responsive.
Moz is working on making our site responsive, but in the meantime, the fine folks @vsbl made this http://t.co/gkfbbNxQQe
— Rand Fishkin (@randfish) February 25, 2015
Stop dragging your heels, Rand 😉
With mobile’s ever-increasing share of internet browsing, life’s too short to return to a desktop web browser or fiddle around pinching dragging and zooming when you want to see a site’s credentials.
Check out this video of the app in action:
We need you
We aren’t web marketing experts (we rely on Edge45 for that), so we’re reaching out to the community to download the app, test it out, and help us shape the app with their feedback.
For more information visit our microsite: http://pocketseo.io and please complete our survey: